Mouha, our charming guide, is from the Ait Atta and was born in a black goat-hair tent in the saharan dunes.
As such we can go any place and are everywhere accepted, a necessary sector of the saharan economy.
In the saharan Atlas the passes leading to or from the desert are numerous, and in most instances easy.
What a truly saharan group is that which I have just noticed.
The low levels of the saharan Sanitaria are against them except at the outset of the disease.
His career in saharan and Moroccan campaigns had already proved him to be a leader of no ordinary merit.
On the higher saharan peaks snow lies on the ground all winter, and is sometimes found, in sheltered spots, in summer.
In this country, by the way, and all saharan countries where many languages are spoken, a great deal is done by signs.
Here many routes converge, for Kairwan is a great centre of pilgrimage and taps the religious thought of all the saharan tribes.
Just such figures must swarm in the saharan cities, in the Soudan and Senegal.
1610s, from Arabic çahra "desert" (plural çahara), according to Klein, noun use of fem. of the adjective asharu "yellowish red." Related: Saharan.
Desert in northern Africa.
Note: At approximately 3.5 million square miles, it is the world's largest desert.